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names including bill clinton and martha stuart. joining us now is former special counsee to president clinton. it sounds like you feel that president obama has been following from behind. it did not lead on simpson pulls own debt reduction. a democrat from illinois and a republican conservative from oklahoma supported a $4 trillion balanced approach which the republicans have rejected. dennis: tell us what you think as dead as a moral issue. >> i really felt this way. i have two younger children and a second generation of children. don't all the receipts on my children's laugh and said you pay for my trip, that would be a moral. that is what our generation is doing. barack obama is a one-person all-americans vote for or against. he is the only president we have. he should say tonight this is a great moral issue of our time. dennis: if you were advising president obama, he cannot possibly -- we had $10 trillion. >> i think you would share the guilt of all of us. they used to call on all politicians. still my inspiration. both parties are guilty. george bush took a trillion dollar surpl
other than william jefferson clinton. he had such great success with it in one way or another every president since has used this term of art, this device. but anyway, we will hear more of that nonsense tonight as lori and melissa were saying means spending. most americans see it as a way to strengthen the economy, restore prosperity begins with taking care of the spending problem, getting rid of the deficitdeficit and paying down e debt. melissa: was i investing? have i been doing this wrong and speaking about it in correctly all the time? a whole bunch of them as he put it, you are set for life, i am sure. i am not sure i can quite figure out how you work through the algorithm on spending, but i know this, it is helpful to the economy and helpful to the manufacturers and i am all for it, keep it moving. when it comes to public spending like to see significant restraint. lori: putting the gdp debt up, it is amazing to me how little concern washington has about not necessarily deficits going back and forth, but the national debt. if yowe have consistent growth t this level, it is sh
. and this is the first day on the job for new secretary of state john kerry. following hillary rodham clinton and her predecessor. addressing this as the same going. that is your fox news minute. cheryl: those heels were walking. dennis: strong reaction against recent cyber attacks and major u.s. companies. cheryl: peter barnes in washington with details on this and what the administration plans. this is china-based hackers. what does mr. obama think he can do here? >> what cyber experts say doesn't go on without the expletive or intuitive report of the chinese government so that is one of the big issues here. a new u.s. intelligence report is expected to call the rising chinese cyber attacks a threat to the u.s. economy. after noting recent attacks on their computer systems suspected of originating from china. social media site twitter said extremely sophisticated hackers from unidentified source may have stolen e-mail names, passwords, 2000 customers. they have made little progress in negotiations with the chinese to stop this kind of hacking. by the u.s. is considering economic and diplomatic step
serving in the administration? >> hillary clinton who is the most strong-willed and came in with the most independent portfolio, even she kind of got co-opted where she did not have an independent power base where i thought that maybe she could enjoy. barack obama made sure that she could not enjoy that. every president sort of does this. they need to control their agencies and their people. [talking over each other] >> i would love to see her come in and argue very powerfully, to the president and others in the cabinet, for expanding drilling, federal lands for fracking, i would love to see her make some very powerful independent argument. dagen: wanted it be impressive if she could balance it and prevent them from taking away what we already have on federal land? wouldn't that be fair to say? if she could just keep the status quo, isn't that a good thing? >> i would say so. you know, she has some national allies in the labor region. she can make in employment argument in that regard also. if she can prevail, then we know she will have done a good job. connell: well done, dagen. i think
plan. we learned in the 1990s, when bill clinton was president, nothing shrinks the deficit faster than a growing economy that creates middle-class jobs. that should be our driving focus. making america a magnet for good jobs. equipping people with the skills to fill those jobs. making sure that their hard work leads to a decent living. those are the things that we should be pushing people to work on every single day. that is what the american people expect. that is what i am going to work on every day to help deliver. we have a few days. congress can do the right thing. we can advertise just one more washington manufacturing problem that slows our recovery and bring down our deficits in a balanced responsible way. that is my goal. that is what we do right by these first responders. that is what would do right by america's middle class. that is what i will be working on and fighting for. not just over the next few weeks, but the next few years. thank you very much. connell: the budget cuts that are underway if congress does not act. welcome to "markets now." i am connell mcshane. dagen:
clinton said the u.s. will help syrian rebels with $60 million in nonlethal assistance. that is medical supplies and food that will go directly to syrian rebels for the very first time. aid does not include any weapons or armored vehicles. >>> bradley manning, the army private charged in the biggest leak of classified material in u.s. history is offering a guilty plea to 10 of 22 charges against him. manning would plead guilty sending00 of thoses of classified documents to the wikileaks website. if the judge accepts the plea, manning faces up to 20 years in prison. those are the latest headlines. i'm jamie colby. i will send it back to tracy. tracy: jamie colby, thanks very much. >> sure thing. tracy: concerns about spend having raised calls for a complete overhaul of the tax code. now there's talk that tax breaks like your 401(k) could be at risk but our next guest wrote a report expanding tax breaks to more americans and small businesses. she is the vice president and codirector of the economic studies at brookings institute. karen, thanks for being with us right now. you're thinking
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